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American Naval Participation in the Great War - World War 1 - With Special Reference to the European Theater of Operations - cover

American Naval Participation in the Great War - World War 1 - With Special Reference to the European Theater of Operations

United States Navy, Dudley W. Knox

Publisher: Madison & Adams Press

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"American Naval Participation in the Great War" by Dudley W. Knox is a comprehensive examination of the United States Navy's role in World War I, with a particular focus on its operations in European waters. The book is a detailed account that offers insight into the strategic, operational, and logistical aspects of the U.S. Navy's involvement in the conflict.  Knox, who was a naval officer and historian, offers a perspective that combines first-hand experience with scholarly research. His work not only documents the tactical and strategic aspects of the Navy's involvement but also delves into the broader implications of the U.S. naval participation on the outcome of the war and its influence on international naval power dynamics in the post-war period.
Contents:
General Situation in April 1917
Escorting Convoys
Naval Transport and Supply Service
Activities of American Battleships
Mine Barrages
Submarine Hunting
Naval Aviation in the European Area
Augmenting the American Army With Marine and Naval Artillery
Available since: 11/27/2023.
Print length: 77 pages.

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